Cannabis delivery platform Eaze sued, accused of concealing weed transactions

Cannabis delivery platform Eaze is facing a lawsuit over accusations it has an unfair advantage by accepting credit card payments.
The complaint, filed by Herban Industries in the San Francisco County Superior Court on Tuesday, claims Eaze is behind a system to conceal cannabis purchases — and increase sales.
In the U.S., most credit and debit card companies prohibit the purchase of cannabis products, as per federal law . To get around this, Eaze is accused of using "seemingly innocuous" names to hide these cannabis transactions.

A lawsuit filed against cannabis delivery company @Eaze alleges the company violated California's unfair competition law by accepting credit card payments. complaint:
— Ben Adlin (@badlin) June 5, 2019
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